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Assisted Living In Melbourne
This form of accommodation is the perfect choice when a little extra support is needed, without compromising freedom and independence.
Our Approach TO ASSISTED LIVING
This option offers people that extra support through the provision of meals, laundry and cleaning while enabling them to maintain their independence. This level of support means that residents can enjoy their own lifestyle at their own pace, without the feeling restricted or intruded on.
With a supportive team at hand, our residents living in our assisted living homes can come and go as they please, and friends and family are always welcomed. Within each level of care we provide for this approach, we ensure each individual can access all facilities and support they need, all through a completely tailored process. We understand that every person is different, so we work hard to ensure all services truly reflect each of our residents.
Is this option right for me or my loved one?
If you’re not sure if this service is the right option for you or a loved one, we recommend getting in touch with OCAV to find out more. However, here are a few points on the kind of care you can expect from this service:
- Daily, non-intrusive check-ups
- Assistance with bathing or dressing (if required)
- Assistance eating (if required)
- Assistance in toileting (if required).
- Attending to everyday duties and cleaning.
If you need further medical or nursing care, then there may be a different service we recommend for your needs.
We respect the privacy and individuality of every resident, and we always endeavour to meet their personal needs.
“I want to give them a hug and say don't worry everything will be alright. I can’t say that, but I can promise that we will provide the best possible care for people living with dementia in our care," said Shaaron Robilliard, Director of Nursing.